A quartet of animation cels from the 1967 Hanna-Barbera FANTASTIC FOUR cartoon
Excerpts from Hayao Miyazaki’s Daydream Notes (aka Daydream Data Notes). Miyazaki had a regular feature in Japanese hobby magazine Model Graphix where he’d make various short comics and illustrated essays on vintage aircrafts, tanks and boats. It was also where he published the short comic "The Age of the Flying Boat", which he later reworked into his film Porco Rosso.
Part deux of my Flash Gordon Art Deco travel poster series. My goodness I had fun with the spire things. Maybe I overdid it, but if you can’t let rip on a Flash Gordon poster then when can you? That’s what I say, anyway.
Fonts. Tall Deco by Thomas E. Harvey for the MIA stuff, and Kino MT for the title.
Here’s my Sky City poster, from this same series.
Bernie Wrightson ~ “House of Mystery” page 1 splashes.
Borderland by Brian Michael Bendis (High Caliber: An Anthology of Original Visions, 1994)
Art & story by Brian Michael Bendis. That’s his apartment, and that’s him from that time. From the first anthology of stories he put together. KABUKI was in that early book as well. Notice the Cthulu on the third page. That’s his version of Cthulu from the H.P. Lovecraft book we worked on together at that time. Seeing his apartment in this story, brings back some great memories, of him showing me his favorite movies on laserdisc, and him schooling me on cinematic storytelling. So much of which, went into the KABUKI storytelling that I was working on at the time.
yes, i drew this so long ago i had hair, but mr. mack just aged us to people who had laserdiscs!!! just shut the fuck up!! :)